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Japan must restore trust in the future among youth – here’s how

Japan must invest in youth, generate good jobs and ensure healthy and productive longevity for the population. Image: REUTERS/Akira Tomoshige

Makiko Eda

Chief Representative Officer, Japan, World Economic Forum Tokyo

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By 2040, estimates suggest, more than a third of Japan’s population will be 65 or over. Image: McKinsey/e-Stat Japan

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